A hand-built, artisanal boutique hotel set in an olive grove on the outskirts of Marrakech, Peacock Pavilions is a dreamy 8.5 acre estate designed and built by author, designer and humanitarian Maryam Montague and her architect husband, Chris Redecke. The thoughtfully curated hotel is made up of three pavilions, two luxury bungalows, a pool, outdoor gym, open-air cinema and a farm-to-table restaurant serving Moroccan cuisine with a twist. Stunning grounds featuring Atlas Mountain views, and a smattering of olive trees and rose bushes are equally matched with vibrant and artful interiors, marrying traditional Moroccan elements with eclectic finds from around the globe.
WHY WE LOVE IT
If we weren’t already smitten with Peacock Pavilions’ globally curated interiors, dreamy grounds and thoughtful offerings, the hotel’s ethos that “all travel experiences should be good, make good and do good” sealed the deal. The only thing better than experiencing a unique and luxurious retreat like this one is doing so knowing that you’re contributing to the local community. Like all M. Montague projects, Peacock Pavilions supports Project Soar; a non-profit organization established by the owners to empower underprivileged Moroccan girls through art, fitness and educational opportunities. The organization is headquartered in the same village where Peacock Pavilions is located serving more than 40 local communities and expanding outside of Morocco.
Peacock Pavilions is located in a private olive grove near the village of Dour Ladaam, just 15-20 minutes outside of Marrakech.